X-ray diffraction analysis of mesostructured materials by continuous density function technique
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- X-ray diffraction analysis of mesostructured materials by continuous density function technique
- Solovyov, LA; Belousov, OV; Shmakov, AN; Zaikovskii, VI; Joo, Sang Hoon; Ryoo, R; Haddad, E; Gedeon, A; Kirik, SD
- Continuous density functions; Cubic symmetry; Density distributions; Long range orders; Mesostructured materials; Nano scale; Structural elements; Structural investigation
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- Elsevier BV
- STUDIES IN SURFACE SCIENCE AND CATALYSIS, v.146, no., pp.299 - 302
- A continuous density function technique has been developed for X-ray diffraction (XRD) structural investigations of mesostructured materials. The technique is designed for the analysis of the density distribution in materials exhibiting nanoscale (2-50 nm) ordering of structural elements without atomic long-range order. The results of structure investigations of a series of silicate, metallosilicate and carbon mesostructured materials with hexagonal and cubic symmetry are presented.
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